Polaris introduces the new RZR Trail S

Blue Polaris RZR Trail S

Polaris RZR riders are excited about the new Polaris RZR Trail S. — Photo courtesy Polaris

Rejoice, RZR fans! Polaris has announced their newest RZR to their lineup: the Polaris RZR Trail S.

Take on tight trails with confidence thanks to an ideal blend of agility and stability. This perfectly balanced 60" wide machine lets you tighten every turn and hold your line out of corners, with immediate acceleration to eat up straightaways. Combine that with best‑in‑class suspension and ground clearance, plus improved rider ergonomics, and you can tackle the toughest trails in comfort.

The RZR Trail S comes in three different trims to fit your off‑road adventure and style.

White Polaris RZR Trail S 900 Sport

Polaris RZR Trail S 900 Sport

Stay out on the trails longer with 12.5" suspension travel and improved rider ergonomics to soak up the hard knocks of the off‑road.

Blue Polaris RZR Trail S 1000 Premium

Polaris RZR Trail S 1000 Premium

Enjoy enhanced power and control from a 100HP engine designed to chase down the straightaways and charge into corners.

Grey Polaris RZR Trail S 1000 Ultimate

Polaris RZR Trail S 1000 Ultimate

Polaris RZR's most equipped 60" machine with RIDE COMMAND® technology and premium Rockford Fosgate® audio.


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